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  1. Down the Rabbit Hole Reflections while reading Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass

  2. Down the Rabbit Hole, Journal #1 How do we know what is real, and what is not? Homework: Chapters 3 and 4 Reading Response #2 Due Friday

  3. Down the Rabbit Hole, Journal #2 Write about your alter ego: If you could take a break from yourself who would you be? Homework: Read Chapters 5 and 6 *** No Reading Response Journal, unless you want to. We’ll move the requirement to two a week.

  4. Down the Rabbit Hole, Journal #3 Create a character sketch of your alter ego: Fill in the pieces of who you are Homework: Read Chapters 7 and 8 Reading Response Journal, # 3: Due next Monday (We’re cutting it down to one a week.)

  5. Down the Rabbit Hole, Journal #4 Why do we dream? Planning for the Alter Ego Party? Homework: Read Chapters 9 and 10 Reading Response Journal, # 3: Due next Monday (We’re cutting it down to one a week.)

  6. Down the Rabbit Hole, Journal #5 How did it feel to be someone else for a class? Would you be willing to trade your life for another? Why or why not? Start reading Through the Looking Glass Homework: Read Ch. 1 & 2 Through the Looking Glass Reading Response Journal, # 4: Due next Monday

  7. Down the Rabbit Hole, Journal #6 Using the following idea, interpret Jabberwocky: Few would dispute the fact that Jabberwocky is the greatest of all nonsense poems in the English language. Alice…, in the paragraph following the poem, puts her finger on the secret of the poem’s charm: “…it seems to fill my head with ideas – only I don’t know exactly what they are.” Homework: Read Ch. 3 & 4 Through the Looking Glass Reading Response Journal, # 4: Due TODAY

  8. Down the Rabbit Hole, Journal #7 Respond to: “We lay there and looked up at the night sky and she told me about stars called blue squares and red swirls and I told her I'd never heard of them. Of course not, she said, the really important stuff they never tell you. You have to imagine it on your own.” ― Brian Andreas Homework: Read Ch. 5 & 6 Through the Looking Glass Reading Response Journal, # 5: Due Monday

  9. Down the Rabbit Hole, Journal #8 Respond: Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before. Edgar Allan Poe Homework: Read Ch. 7 & 8Through the Looking Glass Reading Response Journal, # 5: Due Monday